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the wonderful Northern Sky Constellations by the Web Story team
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The big bear Ursa Major Its brightest stars form the Big Dipper asterism, one of the most recognizable shapes in the sky, also known as the Plough.
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The little bear Ursa Minor Also known as the Little Dipper, it is notable for marking the location of the north celestial pole, the star known as Polaris.
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The warrior Hercules The constellation itself has a long history, dating back to Sumerian times. Hercules is the fifth largest constellation.
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The queen Cassiopeia Named after Cassiopeia, the boastful queen of Greek mythology. It is Nicknamed the W constellation for it's zigzag formation.
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The hero Perseus Perseus contains several interesting deep sky objects such as Messier 34, the Double Cluster and the California Nebula.
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